If you are interested in quality food and attentive service, you should definitely avoid this place. As to the service: We have been waiting quite a long time only to get the menu cards, then a long time again for our order to be taken and finally drinks and food arrived in snail mode as well. Poor choice of local beers available. Food quality wasn't any better: I had an undersized slice of salmon lacking any flavor and accompanied by completely cold but overcooked vegetables. The only highlight was the Haggis we had as a starter, despite it's cold pepper sauce. It seems like the place is crowded by tourists thanks to being placed across the street from the end of the West Highland Way. Could not see any locals eating at this "restaurant". If looking for excellent food, drinks and atmosphere walk Highstreet a little further down to the Crofter, an authentic Scottish pub with fair pricing and solid quality.
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